Anne Helmond is…

This post is inspired by Alex Halavais’ post Halavais is…. where Havalais listed “some of Google’s opinion of me via a search for “halavais is,” “halavais was,” and “halavais will be.” ” It reminded me of the iTea project made at the RFID Hacker’s Camp 2007: iTea is an interactive installation in the form of… Read more Anne Helmond is…

Expanding my research with Lifetracing.com

I am really happy to announce that I’ve been awarded a commission to continue my research on “Traces of a Networked Life.” The official announcement from the Turbulence blog: We are pleased to announce the winners of our international juried competition, Networked: a (networked_book) about (networked_art). They are, ANNE HELMOND, PATRICK LICHTY, ANNA MUNSTER, MARISA… Read more Expanding my research with Lifetracing.com

Twitter Interview “Ik begin de dag met mijn RSS Reader”

Ik werd vanmiddag door Sanne Brand en Mark Zaremba via Twitter geïnterviewd voor hun project Social Networkz aan de Fontys Hogeschool voor Journalistiek in Tilburg. Het “origineel” is te vinden op de blog van Sanne Brand. Wat ik met name interessant vind aan deze vorm van een interview is dat ik door de “restricties” van… Read more Twitter Interview “Ik begin de dag met mijn RSS Reader”

Visualizing the Walled Garden: Communities and Networks post Web 2.0 (part 2)

This post is a follow-up on ‘Walled Garden: Communities and Networks post Web 2.0 (part 1)‘ After discussing the various features of walled gardens, we formed groups and focused on one of the three project topics. Our team took a special interest in the semi-permeability and the root systems and feeds of the walled gardens.… Read more Visualizing the Walled Garden: Communities and Networks post Web 2.0 (part 2)

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